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Mace & Crown | June 22, 2017

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Posts ByMorgan Engelhardt, Author at Mace & Crown

‘Her Campus’ Celebrates Women’s Empowerment

April 22, 2017 |

Maggie Giordano | Contributing Writer

Women do great things. They conquer all aspects of life and empower other strong women while being successful. Her Campus decided to celebrate what all women do by bringing YWCA and Generation Action to the Empowerment … Read More

Monarchs Relax Before Finals With SAC

April 21, 2017 |

SaiJai Miller | Contributing Writer

The Spring Semester is coming to a close, and for Monarchs this means studying for finals, preparing for graduation and completing homework assignments.

The end of the semester can feel overwhelming with all the work that needs … Read More

‘Unity Fest’ Brings Campus Together for Some Fun

April 21, 2017 |

Erin Sudek | Assistant News Editor

Being on a college campus that is unified can change and uplift the whole environment, so the student organizations of the university always try to bring us all together.

The Office of Intercultural Relations partnering with campus … Read More

President’s Task Force Discusses Religion and Unity

April 15, 2017 |

Jade Dixon | Contributing Writer

The President’s Task Force held a discussion April 12 about unity and faith focusing on how it impacts campus life, how it is seen being practiced and personal experiences with religion and faith.

Denisse Thillet and Bethane … Read More

Missing D.C. Girls Sparks Protest on Campus

April 14, 2017 | 1

Seena Khalil | Contributing Writer

Students chanted “Find our girls” as they walked around Kaufman Mall. Several organizations on campus came together to host the solidarity event to bring awareness to multiple missing girls in Washington D.C. on April 11.

The event was planned … Read More

‘Music on the Mall’ Helps Students Unwind

April 14, 2017 |

Erin Sudek | Assistant News Editor

Before the advent of finals week, Health Promotion and Counseling Services put together a music-filled event that helped students relieve some stress and learn more about mental health and wellness.

Students participated in various activities, ate free … Read More

‘Relay for Life’ Raises Thousands for Cancer Research

April 8, 2017 |

Tracey Buyrn | Contributing Writer

There are approximately 15.5 million U.S. citizens who have survived the deadly grips of cancer since 2016. There are more people around you affected by cancer than you know, which is why Relay for Life is … Read More

‘Say Something’ Speaks on Date Rape

April 8, 2017 |

Erin Sudek | Assistant News Editor

One in 5 women and 1 in 16 men will be raped by the time they graduate college. This statistic is alarming, which is why conversations about the problem such as “Say Something” are important … Read More

‘Chit. Chat. Chew.’: Discussing Struggle and Survival of Indigenous Tribes

April 8, 2017 |

Jade Dixon | Contributor Writer

History never ceases to repeat itself. This seems especially true when it comes to the protests that have come about to protect the Standing Rock Indian Reservation in Standing Rock, North Dakota.

The Office of Intercultural Relations … Read More

‘The Beautiful Boxer’: Exploring International Perspectives on Gender

March 31, 2017 |

Maggie Giordano Contributing Writer

Understanding obstacles facing those who are transgender can be difficult for many around the world. The LGBT community has fought many battles to help educate those individuals who do not see eye-to-eye with the community, leading to more … Read More

Life After College: Strome Alumni Tell Their Stories

March 31, 2017 |

Jade Dixon Contributor Writer

Graduation can be bittersweet. It feels amazing to finally be done with school, but the reality that you are now in “the real world” hits quickly. When it’s time to leave college, many students worry that they … Read More

SGA Senate Brief

March 31, 2017 |

Morgan Engelhardt News Editor

The Student Government Association held their weekly Senate meeting in the Board of Visitors Room Tuesday and discussed the following:

  • Campus police officer Tommy Evans gave the monthly police report. There was one DUI, one sexual … Read More

Purple Passion Dinner Honors Late Professor

March 27, 2017 |

Maggie Giordano | Contributing Writer

A good professor sends students off with required knowledge. A great professor also touches their hearts.

The legacy of Dr. Jill Dustin, who passed away in January from lung cancer, was honored at the annual Purple Passion … Read More

The Struggle for Citizenship: Julia Vido’s Story

March 26, 2017 |

Hannah Kristan | Contributing Writer

While splitting her time between staying up all night to maintain her 4.0 GPA for her bachelor’s in Mechanical Engineering, winning races for her NCAA Division I swimming team, speaking three languages and updating her popular Instagram … Read More

Public Relations for Nonprofits

March 24, 2017 |

Jade Dixon | Contributing Writer

Public relations is considered the lifeblood for many organizations, but it can be a challenging field to master. The university’s chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America helps prepare you for what is expected in … Read More

Teams Battle It out in Big Blue’s Healthy Kitchen Wars

March 24, 2017 |

Erin Sudek | Assistant News Editor

It may not have been as intense as the Iron Chef, but the third annual Big Blue’s Healthy Kitchen Wars brought plenty of heat to the kitchen on March 22. The competition consisted of a … Read More